The Gretna girls tennis team opened their season on Thurs- day, march 22 with a triangular dual against Omaha Skutt and Norris. The Skyhawks proved the better team in the first dual winning 3 of the four matches for the 3-1 win. Gretna’s lone win came at #2 Doubles as Trinity Ortlieb and Jil…

Tuesday, April 10, 2018

During a week where the weather cancelled almost every- thing the No.8 rated Gretna boys soccer team was able to squeeze in two games. The first game came on Monday, April 2 as the Knights traveled to Mount Michael to take on a tough Knights team who’s only losses have come at the hands of r…

Tuesday, March 20, 2018

Nate Harmon has signed a letter of intent to compete in Cross Country & Track at Doane University. Joining him during the signing were front row 1 (l-r): Curtis Harmon (Father), Nate Harmon, and Lori Harmon (Mother). Row 2: Bryce Brunswig (Gretna Coach), Spencer Stednitz (Gretna Coach), …

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The Gretna baseball team came into the 2018 season with a preseason rating of No.5 in Class B. They got their campaign started on Thursday, March 15 as they traveled to Platteview to take on the Trojans.

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The Class B preseason rated No.7 Gretna boys soccer team opened their season with a statement win on Saturday, March 17. The Dragons played host to No.10 Columbus Scotus and dominate proceedings.

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The Gretna boys and girls track team got the 2018 season underway on Friday, March 16 as they competed in the Ne- braska Wesleyan Indoor Meet. The Gretna boys finished 6th as a team with a score of 34 while the girls finished 7th with a score of 33.33.

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The Gretna girls started their season on Saturday, March 17 and showed that their title hopes are real this year. The Dragons hit the road to face off with No.5 Columbus Scotus.

Wednesday, March 07, 2018

Sami Zeleny has signed to compete in golf at Briar Cliff University. Joining her are: Front row (l-r) Chryssi Zeleny (Mother), Sami Zeleny, and Steve Zeleny (Father). Back row: Ben Irlbeck (Briar Cliff Coach), Gary Zessin (Gretna Coach), and Mark Jones (Gretna Coach).

The 8th grade Aspen Creek Middle School basketball team wrapped up another win this weekend for an undefeated season. The team was led by coaches Scott Wissing and Megan Korgie. Members of the team include: Front row (l-r): Savannah Shelburne, Chaley French, Jenna Marshall, Savannah Andrews,…

The Gretna Basketball Association is holding tryouts for its 2018-2019 girls and boys competitive basketball teams. Third through fifth grade, girls and boys will be on Saturday, March 17 at Gretna High School, 11335 S. 204 Street. Sixth through eighth grade, girls and boys will be on Sunday…

Thursday, March 01, 2018
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The Class B No.7 Gretna Dragons have found a lot of success in the post season the last three years with three trips to State and Two straight Class B State Championships the last two years. The Dragons came into the Subdistrict B-3 Tournament on Monday and Tuesday, February 19th and 20th as…

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The Gretna Dragons came into the Class A State Dual Tournament in Kearney, NE on Saturday, February 24 as the No.3 seed. They faced a tough test though in perennial power house Millard South in the first round.

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The Gretna boys swim team took part in the three day NSAA State Swimming Meet in Lincoln, NE on Thursday through Saturday, February 22nd through 24th. The Drag- ons struggled in the single class field with the boys team finish- ing 22nd with a score of 8. Creighton Prep won the boys title wi…

Thursday, February 22, 2018
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The Class B No.10 rated Dragons like their chances of making it to the Class B State Tournament after putting together a solid regular season. Unfortu- nately, Gretna found themselves in the toughest subdistrict tour- nament in the state. Out of the four teams, three No.1 Elkhorn, No.8 Elkho…

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The Gretna wrestling team could have had a “what if” sea- son. With the loss of multiple potential state medalists and a potential state champion the Dragons still found success. Managing to qualify 10 wrestlers for the Class A State Tournament on Thursday through Saturday, February 15th thr…

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The Class B No.7 Gretna boys basketball team didn’t slack off when it came to their last two regular season games as they took on two top 10 teams.

The Gretna High School boys swim team has been making quite a splash this season. Eight members, Kellen McLaughlin, Seth Kennedy, Reese Clark, Johann Ott, Gregory Matya, Riley Hekrdle, Harrison Rowland, and Alden Ryan, will be competing in the State Swimming Competition at the Devaney Sports…

Tuesday, January 09, 2018
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The Class A No.3 rated Gretna Dragons came into the Eastern Midlands Conference Dual Tournament on Friday and Saturday, January 5th and 6th at Waverly High School as the undisputed favorite. The Dragons came into the tournament down two rated wrestlers, but still had eight total rated wrestl…

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The Class B No.3 rated Gretna girls had a tough week as they took on two top 10 teams. Their first showdown came on Tuesday, January 2 as they played host to No.8 York.

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The Gretna boys basketball team couldn’t have had a tougher schedule if they asked for one. The No.2 Dragons took on both No.1 York and No.3 Platteview in just 4 days.

Wednesday, January 03, 2018
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The Class B No.4 rated Gretna Dragons played host to the Gretna Holiday Tournament on Friday and Saturday, December 29th and 30th. In the Dragons first game back from the NSAA moratorium they took on Aurora on Friday, December 29.

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The Class B Gretna boys basketball team played host to the Gretna Holiday Tournament on Friday and Saturday, December 29th and 30th. Gretna played two tough games defeating Class A Lincoln Pius X and Class B No.7 rated Aurora to capture the tournament championship.

Thursday, December 28, 2017

Jacob Weber has signed to compete in tennis at the University of Nebraska at Omaha. Attending the ceremony were front row (l-r): Tammy Weber (Mother), Jacob Weber, Kevin

Faith Ross has signed to compete in basketball at Bellevue University. Attending the ceremony were front row (l-r): Ann Ross, (Step Mother), Sean Ross (Father), Faith Ross, Rennae Ross-Ablan (Mother). Back row: James Benford (Bellevue Coach), Jerome Skrdla (Gretna Coach), Dave Denly (Bellevu…

Kortlan Franke has signed to compete in soccer at Bellevue University. Attending the ceremony were front row (l-r): Jason Franke (Father), Kortlan Franke, Krissy Franke (Mother). Back row: Karl Ostrand (Sporting Omaha FC), Mark Heath-Prestan (Bellevue

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The Class B No.4 rated Gretna boys basketball team looked to go into the NSAA Winter Sports Moratorium on a high note having had a solid start to the season. This chance came for the Dragons on Tuesday, December 19 as they traveled south to take on the Orangeman of Beatrice.

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The No.4 rated Gretna girls basketball team has had a strong start to the 2017-2018 season with a 4-1 record. The only blemish the Dragons have is a tough road loss to no.8 Waverly. Gretna looked to make it 5-1 on Thursday, December 21 as they traveled across the metro to take on Omaha Duchesne.

Lauren Jerabek has signed to compete in softball at Doane University. Attending the ceremony were front row (l-r): Erin Jerabek (Mother), Lauren Jerabek, Tom Jerabek (Father). Back row: Aurelia Gamch (Doane Coach).

Thursday, December 14, 2017
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The Class B No.5 Dragons opened the seasons with wins over Class C-1 No.3 Wahoo Neumann and Class B No.7 Omaha Skutt. This week was a little easier for the Dragons as they played host to both Omaha Gross and Bennington.

The Gretna girls swimming team competed with out the boy’s team at the Omaha Bryan Invite on Saturday, December 9. The girls had a solid performance finishing 5th out of the 10 schools at the meet with a score of 106. Omaha Skutt won the girls title with a score of 274.

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There are high hopes for the Gretna boys basketball team this year as they enter the 2017-2018 season as both the Class B de- fending state champions and the preseason No.1 pick. This has meant Gretna would see the best every team as to offer and that was definitely what the Dragons saw in w…

Tuesday, December 05, 2017
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The Class B No.1 Gretna boys basketball team got off to a quick 2-0 start to open the 2017-2018 season.

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The Gretna girls basketball team is hoping for another strong season this year as they open the season with the No.5 rating in Class B. This rating would quickly be tested by a tough start to the season as the Dragons opened their season against Class C-1 No.2 Bishop Neuman and Class B No.7 …

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The Gretna Dragons have a new look this season. After finish as the Class B State Runners- up and the Class B State Dual Champions last year Gretna comes into 2017-2018 with new challenges to conquer. The Drag- ons come into the season under new head coach Jake Smith and carrying a No.2 rank…

Wednesday, November 22, 2017

Ady Watts signed to compete in softball at Northwest Missouri State. Front row (l-r): Cheree Watts (mother), Ady Watts, Bill Watts (father). Back row: Bill Jadlowski (Gretna Coach), Todd Mills (Gretna Coach), Channon Oseka (Gretna Coach), Bill Heard (Gretna Head Coach), Jake Jadlowski (Gretn…

Tyler Cunningham signed to compete in wrestling at the University of Nebraska at Kearney. Front row (l-r): Rebecca Cunningham (mother), Tyler Cunningham, Sean Cunningham (father). Back row: Zac Dominguez (Club Coach).

Van Schmidt signed to compete in wrestling at the University of Nebraska at Kearney. Front row (l-r): Cherie Schmidt (Mother), Van Schmidt, Jon Schmidt (Father). Back row: Jake Smith (Gretna Coach), Zac Dominguez (Club Coach from MWC).

Tuesday, November 21, 2017

Trevor Fauver signed to compete in wrestling at the University of Mary. Front row (l-r): Jennifer Jarrett (Mother), Trevor Fauver, Matt Fauver (Father). Back row:Matt Bruggeman (Gretna Coach), Jake Smith (Gretna Coach).

Tuesday, November 14, 2017
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The Gretna Dragons had a great season to reach the Class B State Tournament with a 21-7 record. Unfortunately, for the Dragons they had to face Elkhorn South in the first round. The Storm beat Gretna 3-1 just the week before in the first round of subdistrict play.

Wednesday, November 08, 2017
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The No.1 Gretna Dragons were forced onto the road on Friday, November 3 for the Class B State quarterfinals after hosting in week one. Gretna easily handled Plattsmouth 45- 0 in week one and this week traveled out to Grand Island to take on No.9 seeded G.I. Northwest for a spot in the Class …

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Due to the nature of the post season in Class B the Dragons found themselves in an enviable situation as the start of the week. Gretna was thrown into the brutal subdistrict B-3 tournament on Tuesday, October 31 at Omaha Skutt which included the No.4 Dragons, No.3 Elkhorn South, Elkhorn, and…

Wednesday, November 01, 2017
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The Gretna Dragons looked good in their first week as the number one team in Class B. A week after knocking off Elkhorn South the Dragons played host to Plattsmouth on Friday, October 27 in the opening round of the Class B State Playoffs.

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